Timothy Smyth, MD
Chief Medical Officer & Medical Director
Dr. Smyth has served the residents and communities of Northeast Tennessee for nearly 20 years. He received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Medicine & completed residency training at the University of Florida College of Medicine.
Dr. Smyth is an addiction medicine specialist, and has a background in addiction services, anesthesiology and pain management. He’s a diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and is the sitting President for the Tennessee Society of Addiction Medicine.
Zachary Hammons, MD
Director, Psychiatric and Behavioral Health Services
Dr. Hammons is a native of East Tennessee and received his medical degree from the Quillen College of Medicine. He completed his residency at the ETSU Department of Psychiatry. He is board certified through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, as well as the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
Jerome Cohan, APRN
Chief Executive Officer
Nurse Cohan is an alumnus of East Tennessee State University School of Nursing. His clinical background include experience in Neurology, Pain Management, and Addiction Medicine. He is a strong advocate for creating access to medication assisted treatment and supports the multi-disciplinary approach to care.
Chief Financial Officer
Mrs. Cohan is an alumnus of Northeast State. Her community focus is area youth. She supports this mission through board service for an educational non-profit and area youth community center.
Michael Manning, MAH, BS
VP of Operations and Compliance
Mr. Manning is an alumnus of East Tennessee State University Department of Allied Health Sciences. His administrative background includes direction of private practice, ambulatory surgery facilities, and healthcare consulting services.
He currently serves on the board of two local non-profit organizations and is the sitting President of the Tri-Cities Chapter of the Medical Group Managers Association (MGMA). In addition, he is a committee member for surrounding anti-drug coalitions and prevention and education task forces.
Erika Fugere, LMSW
Ms. Fugere is an alumnus of West Virginia University and received her graduate degree in clinical social work from East Tennessee State University. She is also a Certified Case Manager. Her career focus is ‘breaking the cycle’ of addiction through the recovery process by empowering adults to obtain the education and resources to become attentive, caring, and loving parents.
Andy Baker, LPC
Mr. Baker is a Veteran of the United States Navy. He is an alumnus of Middle Tennessee State University and completed his graduate work at East Tennessee State University. Mr. Baker pursued a career change in 2010 upon discovering his passion for counseling others undergoing addiction treatment.
Christen Moseley, LPC
Ms. Moseley is an alumnus of East Tennessee State University, receiving both her undergraduate and graduate degree. She is focused on helping her patients uncovering the best version of themselves through connecting with others and resources that support their recovery.
Cam Chapman, LPC
Mr. Chapman graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2013 with his bachelor’s degree in psychology. In 2018, he graduated with his master’s degree in counseling from East Tennessee State University. Mr. Chapman provides group and individual counseling. His clinical orientation is eclectic and based in Gestalt therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, trauma focused, Internal Family Systems, and somatic experiencing approaches. In his personal time, he enjoys yoga, martial arts, and hiking.
Jenny Tester, BSW
Jenny is an alumnus of East Tennessee State University. She is currently working towards a Master’s Degree, as well as a certification in Clinical Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Studies. Jenny focuses on a strengths-based perspective aiding patients with achieving their goals and redefining their lives.
Matt Wineman, LMSW
Mr. Wineman is an alumnus of East Tennessee State University, receiving both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work. His counseling approach employs Carl Rogers’ Rogerian technique and focuses on person-in-environment interventions. He has been actively employed in the field of MAT Recovery for the past six years.
Charla Bacon, MSN, APRN, WHNP-BC, FNP-C
Nurse Bacon is a native of East Tennessee and an alumnus of East Tennessee State University. She is dually boarded in Women’s Health by the National Certification Corporation and in Family Health by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She received her graduate nursing degree at the University of Cincinnati with a focus in Women’s Heath. Later she received a post-master’s in Family Health from King University.
Her clinical background include experience in pain management, primary care, and women’s health. She has dedicated her entire career to treating patients holistically, combining mind, body and soul.
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